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    It seems like their SSL certificate expired, and I got a message saying that it's insecure when trying to log in. Anyone else experiencing this issue?

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    There was an issue discovered with SSL V3 in recent days so not sure if it is related.

    If you add the exception to the browser trusted sites, it should allow login.

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    What do you mean by exception?

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    When you go to an https site, especially of they use a self-signed certificate, you will get a warning that you are about to visit a secure server. At that time you make a choice whether to continue or that you accept the risks, and you can "add the exception" which tells the browser you trust that site, and you should not get the error again.

    Looking at mine I see one for Active Wins that expired 10-17-14.

    In my case even with the expired certificate, Firefox sees it as a trusted site and I can visit and login without a warning.
    You might need to add an exception for xxxsecure.activewins.xxxcom (remove the x's)

    In Firefox they are in
    "Options"
    "Advanced"
    "Certificates"
    "View Certificates"

    In Internet Explorer it's
    "Internet Options"
    "Security"
    Select "Trusted Sites"
    Select "Sites"

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